The first time you try our PowerGear® Lopper, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented gear technology multiplies your leverage to give you up to three times more power on every cut. This means you can power through thick branches that you wouldn’t be able to cut with traditional loppers. It also means that our lopper can be lighter than other loppers, reducing strain on your hands, wrists and muscles when you’re reaching to cut a branch or have a lot of branches to cut. PowerGear® tools — the perfect choice for anyone who appreciates tools that make work easier.
Fiskars products are warranted to the consumer purchaser to be free of defects in material and workmanship for as long as the consumer owns the product. Warranty does not cover sharpening, normal wear and tear, environmental factors, accidental damage, misuse, industrial/commercial use.
At Fiskars Brands, Inc.'s option, defective product will be repaired, replaced or substituted with a product of equal value. For more details, call Fiskars Brands, Inc. at 1-866-348-5661. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state.
If you feel you have a defective item, please visit our Customer Service page to review the options for submitting a warranty claim.
Many (not all) of our products have replacement parts available (e.g. springs, locks, nuts, bolts). Please contact customer service at 866-348-5661 or by email at email@example.com to see if parts are available.
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These are probably one of the better loppers on the market and work as expected; easily cutting 2" diameter of green/soft limbs. While the design is great, the quality of the blades leads a lot to be desired. In just 1 season, I've been through several blades. The first replacement was thankfully sent at no cost, but additional replacements are about $8 and $8 for shipping. That's nearly 1/2 of what the tool cost me in the first place. It was labelled as 'Titanium' but based on how they chipped and the look of the metal, they appear to be made with cheap pot-metal--far from assumed strength of Titanium. There are no replacements locally available that I can find so they have to be ordered. Unless I can find a less expensive (and better) blade replacement my next set of loppers will be a something different.
Like the way the Lopper works, When cleaning after use, I noticed if you store with cutting head up it retains any water in the handle that got in during the cleaning process. I noticed this when I turned head down water ran out of the handle. I have sealed my handle with Silicon. You may want to do this at the factory.